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aroad block here. last night, we were told the former u.n. regulatory chief watchdog has been tanned to be the new interim prime minister here. a few hours later, we got word that that had been rejected by a main opposition group, an islamic group that is part of the opposition here. they had rejected him for the interim prime minister. that does undercore -- underscore the problems. they are very good at opposing the regime, but less good at organizing among themselves. we don't know who will replace him as it is new interim prime minister. but it will be very difficult to put together a coalition government here because they don't agree on a lot, other than the fact that they disagree and dislike the muslim brotherhood. >> eric: we can see what's happening on the ground. what does it look like today? more demonstrations. could they again turn violent? >> reporter: tahrir square's starting to show up with the pro-government supporters, the opposition, as they have been labeled here. we are getting reports that the muslim brotherhood supporters are streets. we are expecting largeeral
to the u.n. report. the explanation from my italian friend was confirmed by dr. kenneth thorpe the chair at the department of health policy and management at emery's rollins school of health. yes, we eat more processed food, heavier on fat, sugar and corn. and the europeans generally eat fresher food and smaller portions. it's the difference between fresh food versus processed food. it's not only how much we're eating but what we're eating as well. that's hardball for now, thanks for being with us, all in with chris hayes starts right now. >>> good evening from new york, i'm chris hayes, tonight on "all in" the fear factor as the defense rests in the trial of george zimmerman, closing arguments set to begin tomorrow, already, bill o'reilly and others are raising the racial spector. the oil train, what went wrong to cause this truly horrific crash? and the river of fire that's killed at least 20 people and absolutely devastated a small town in quebec. >>> plus, the tea party in georgia, is all for solar energy, and now they're going head to head with the koch brothers over it, this is rea
education for girls will speak at the u.n. today. malala yousufzai was shot in the head in 2012. she has been getting medical treatment in the great britain. she will speak at a youth assembly in new york. today is her 16th birthday. >>> a murder mystery has some police up in the north bay -- stumped people up in the north bay. a body was found in vallejo on july 5 and police are asking for help in identifying the body. these are pictures of what the victim was wearing, an extra large shirt similar to this one and straight slim jeans size 36. if you know anything, vallejo police would like to hear from you. >>> a san jose police officer who was supposed to investigate and solve sex crimes is himself being investigated for a sex crime. the d.a. says 33-year-old tony fragger met a teen on facebook and exchanged explicit photos with her after the break she shared her age. according to the d.a.'s office, the man said you're 17, oh, man, i thought were you 21. lol. the eight-year veteran turned himself in yesterday. he is on administrative leave and expected in court next week. >>> other bay
to need to be a part of the mix. if you look at what the u.n. sustainable energy for all, other actors that have opined on this from a very credible authoritative stance, everyone calls for a mix. so in this case, having opic being b able to support the mix of solution that is african governments are themselves asking for and trying to pursue i think is important. within that though as strong an emphasis on the renewable aspect as well wherever possible and appropriate is going to be important. whatever the type of approach to address this constraint, at the end of the day i think there are many ways to do it, many ways that can be win win and bring all parties to the table whether it's developmentle groups, environmental groups, elts. i think there is a way to skin that cat and i hope that will come to fruition at some point and look to engaging with a number of parties on that point. thank you. >> i just want to say thank you to jennifer and the rest of the group here for allowing me to be on a panel with such an amazing group of people. one of the things i wanted to do in answering
they call a foreign agenda, of not really representing the egyptian stream, who is a diplomat with the u.n. for many years and many feel that he's really not familiar with the deep nitty gritty of egyptian poll tinitic way other politicians were out there. he was somebody that appeared when abdel fattah sisi announced the deposal of mohamed morsi. no question he has the ear of the generals. fredricka? >>> this breaking story coming out of san francisco, we understand and we have confirmation now that there has been a plane crash possibly upon landing involving a boeing 777. you're looking at a rather cloudy picture right now of san francisco international airport. it's unclear too many details as to how the crash happened but we understand this boeing 777 was operated by asiana airlines and crashed while landing at san francisco airport. unclear whether any passengers on board are injured, whether there are evacuations taking place, whether this has constituted in using any sort of emergency slides on the exterior of the airport, but you can see the smoke there from the images taken a bit
-led interim government here after confirming to fox news and others that in fact the former u.n. agency chief muhammad albaradei would be the new prime minister. he is quote quoted as p. sayine believes he will be the new prime minister. we spoke to his office a couple of minutes ago and they have no word. the united states a taking heat from both sides. we have seen it on the streets of cairo and we saw it in alexandria the second city in egypt where there was a noisy protest outside of the u.s. consulate there. those favoring axing president morsi feel that the u.s. must have okayed the -- must have okayed a military takeover. and those who have backed the change feel that the united states has held too long with morsi and might be holding on to him still. and again, we have seen antiu.s. banners out in the streets just below our position here tonight. finally, burial today of the top christian priest in the sinai peninsula. he was shot and killed over the weekend. there are fears that there could be an outbreak of sectarian violence during the morsi-led government's reign. they have been a
of the new government. we were told that the ex chief of the u.n. nuclear agency was going to be the new interim prime minister but there are new reports, now, that a reformist politician will get the prime minister job but this is in confirmation on this. what we can say, greg, what is certain on the streets of cairo, folks are not happy with the united states. or the obama administration handle of the situation which has shown various people carry signs and posters with strong blasts against washington policy and those who are demanding that morsi get out and they think that washington stayed with him for too long or could even be staying with him now and the morsi supporters thing the united states must have known about what they are branding a simple military coup. by the way, much of the staff of the embassy which is only a block away from this area right now have been pulled back for their state. back to you. >> gregg: greg, thank you from cairo. >> heather: new to the latest on the case of n.s.a. leaker edward snowden, a top member of russian parliament suggesting edward snowden t
of ecowas as the accepted mediator. the representative of african union, the special representative of the u.n., the special representative of the european union, the representative of y.c. as well as representatives from french countries in mali. these meetings lady lead to a preliminary signing of the presidential elections and included peace talks in mali on june 18. this was agreed to by the arab movement of azowac, another armed group. and the coordination of the movement and the patriotic forces of resistance to a joint tatement issueed the same day. on the preliminary agreement to the presidential elections that included peace talks in mali, the signing parties complitted themselves to a dialogue process to end the crisis in northern mali in two phases. before the elections of the president of the republic and after the elections. before the presidential election, the parties committed to great the security conditions required for holding the presidential elections on all the territory of mali, and articularly in kudal region. from this perspective, the agreement provides with condition
. he is particularly gifted. he is the president of the u.n. bc. he is a math genius -- umbc. is a math genius. another governor o'malley is looking at programs such as what amy's sister did, figuring out ways we can cut costs here on the university level and get kids out quicker. where not only saving ourselves money, but but also the taxpayers, especially with in- state tuition. i think we are looking at that here, but making sure we are being supported on the national level. this gets away from the accelerate people out of school, get a job. principal objectives in america is to create jobs, grow the economy faster, have a make it in america agenda. jobs, grow manufacturing you grow jobs in every sector of our economy. focusesult, we do need to on that. we're not focusing on it is much as we ought to be. we ought to be doing that so that when you get an accelerated education, there's a place to use her your talents. your sister you say is brilliant. i'm sure you're brilliant as .ell, amy you should have some place to use it and make things happen. timeframe, -- what is our timeframe?
between the fact that people are, u.n., made by both culture and particular experiences and idea of universality has itsly. s. -- limits. on the other hand there are ways people have common experience, whether life, death, sickness or more particular things that, a way a society treats its prisoners. so i think we often have to leverage what particular groups can provide. in such a way that then is always, always, always, always, mindful of coalitions, translations and connections at the same time. the final thing i will say though, i do think that, you know, technology, programing, technical knowledge, will become particularly important for political interventions. and it's so skewed along gender lines, that it is astounding, that when you look at, further at minorities as well as it becomes even more skewed. and, it has to be addressed at the kind of primary and secondary school in order to remedy it. they're really good initiatives doing this. if that doesn't happen, both the economic and political landscape is going to be heavily, heavily, heavily skewed towards males. >> i t
to make a massive impact as world leaders gather in new york city for this year's u.n. general assembly meeting. >> so every time you guys do something, it gets bigger. this is definitely -- this is impressive. is it raising money? funneling money in specific directions to try and pare down, make a difference on the issue of poverty, which has so many different angles you could take that you could spend the rest of your life and not tackle it? how do you focus on what you're doing? >> we focus on four key policy issues. we want to ultimately take action on global education and prioritize the 57 million children who currently are denied education. we want to focus on women's equality and see that women's equality becomes a central issue for the post-millennium gulf framework. also see that children receive basic immunizations they deserve. and that health care workers in sub-saharan africa get the training they need to do their job effectively. and highlight public/private partnerships for development. where public corporations and develop work together for the world's poor. >> i remembe
might get from russia to their country, but venezuela and nicarauga say they want to come to n.s.a. leaker's aid. the venezualan president said in the name of the dignity to latin america they would offer him sigh lump so they could avoid, quote, persecution by the u.s. madeira said he, meaning snowden, is a young man who told the truth in the spirit of rebellion about the united states spying on the whole world. nicarauga also is considering opening its doors to snowden, -- quote -- "if the circumstances allow it," according to to president daniel ortega. ortega said they are studying his formal request for asylum but said, quote, we have the sovereign right to help a person who felt remorse after finding out how the united states was using technology to spy on the whole world and especially its urinal lice." -- european allies. for now snowden is holed up in a moscow hotel as he tries to find a country to take him in. >>alisyn: let's get to your headlines to tell you what else is happening. an emotional end to the week at the george zimmerman trial. a family clashed over that
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